ucaoa Weekly Update MultiBriefs
Contact Us
Media Kit

Browse Categories

Browse by Date

What's causing the antibiotic development stagnation?

Antimicrobial-resistant bacteria are appearing in headlines more often as time goes by, along with the escalating need for new antibiotics to treat these bacteria. Yet only two new antibiotic treatments have been approved and released onto the market since 2008. There are...

source: By Lauren Swan
Search past issues
Search products and services

In what is being touted as the first real-world trial of the impact of patient-controlled access to electronic health records, almost half of the patients who participated in the study withheld clinically sensitive information in their EHR from some or all of their healthcare...

source: Health Data Management

The Institute of Urgent Care Medicine has partnered with Teleradiology Specialists to produce the only comprehensive online database of urgent care X-ray images. This is the first database to provide easy, point-of-care X-ray comparison...

source: UCAOA via IUCM

In the past 25 years, the U. S. has put forth great effort in the population's health and has taken a few steps back as well. Americans are now living longer than ever — the average life expectancy hit a record of 78.8 years — yet our nation still ranks 34th...

source: Becker's Hospital Review

With the healthcare industry making a greater consumer appeals, there is an increased demand for providers to be more transparent about prices and costs. However, roughly one-quarter of patients receive pre-treatment estimates from their providers. Consumers ranked receiving...

source: FierceHealthFinance

New data from the Center of Disease Control and Prevention show that approximately 7.2 million flu-related illnesses were avoided last year because of flu shots. The CDC's model estimated that flu vaccination resulted in 1-1.6 million fewer flu illnesses and fewer hospitalization...

source: Becker's Infection Control and & Clinical Quality

In support of the American Red Cross, Total Access Urgent Care is hosting a blood drive on Wednesday, Jan. 7, 2015, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Total Access Urgent Care invites donors to join the cause in providing safe and reliable blood to patients who need it most.

source: St. Louis Post-Dispatch


Powered by MultiBriefs
7701 Las Colinas Ridge, Ste. 800, Irving, TX 75063

Subscribe to Urgent Care Access

*First Name:
*Last Name:
Street Address:
State / Province:
Zip / Postal Code:
Are you a member of UCAOA? Yes   No
Privacy Policy